Opening October 2018 at the MIT Museum, “Lighter, Stronger, Faster” spotlights the revolutionary design of Rhode Island’s Herreshoff boats.
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Though Venice has been the home of the eponymous Biennale since 1895 and the site of Western trade since roughly 400 AD, its longer history as a swamp is often overlooked.
Carissa Rodriguez’s exhibition The Maid is currently on view at the MIT List Visual Arts Center.
It could be a dream for music sampling as MIT reveal their new tech capable of finding and editing individual instruments from tracks.
Agnieszka Kurant, Assembly Line, 2017, which was created during her CAST residency at MIT was featured in an article about artists creating work in the theme of “post-performance future.”
Carissa Rodriguez’s newest film, “The Maid,” is currently on view at the MIT List Visual Arts Center.
With 88 keys and hundreds of internal strings, a standard piano produces a slew of unique sounds and tones.
An exhibition of the work of New York-based artist Gordon Hall was on view at List Projects at the MIT’s List Visual Arts Center.
Jonas is well known for her performances and video installations that focus on the relationship between viewers’ bodies and various surfaces, such as screens and mirrors.
MIT identifies landmarked warehouse as potential new home for its School of Architecture and Planning
MIT’s School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P) has scouted a potential new home in the Metropolitan Storage Warehouse, which will expand SA+P’s programs and establish the Institute as a design hub.
Everyone is familiar with MIT and the university’s reputation as a serious force in the world of science, tech, and research, but how many are aware of MIT’s legacy in the arts?
The honors keep coming for artist Joan Jonas, a professor emerita at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
I first came across Pedro Reyes’s work while researching performance and social activism.
Gandelsman has been celebrated for playing a wide variety of music, from purely classical to the most inventive contemporary pieces.
VIDEO: Watch Audra McDonald and Oskar Eustis in Conversation at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Watch a video of Audra McDonald and Oskar Eustis in conversation at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on April 14, 2018.
Spouses Theo and Kevin are preparing for a dinner party in the opening moments of Ken Urban’s “The Remains.”
The work of New York-based band Occurrence exists outside any currents fashions or claimable trends — its patterns and rhythms reject easy recognition in favor of something far more impressionistic.
Gordon Hall discusses The Number of Inches Between Them at the List Center.
Aerocene project hopes to put research into the hands of citizens.
The Beautiful Brain exhibit at the MIT Museum, Lexington Tattoo and Muster, Pugs Take Boston, and more.
It’s Noam Chomsky vs. Ayn Rand in a new show from multimedia artist Pedro Reyes — and just to be clear, it’s a comedy, and they’re puppets.
If something scares me, I have to do it,” says renowned actress and singer Audra McDonald in a short video that preceded her on-stage interview on Saturday at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, which has chosen McDonald as the recipient of … Continued
The concert tipped off something of a special weekend for McDonald, who followed it on Saturday night by being honored with this year’s 2018 Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
As part of Audra McDonald’s duties as winner of the 2018 Eugene McDermott Award in the Arts at MIT, the Broadway great — can you believe she’s won six Tony Awards? — sat down with Oskar Eustis at MIT’s Huntington Hall over the weekend.